One of the countless annual fundraising projects of the Ponoka Fort Ostell Chapter of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire was their delightful Arts and Crafts Show and Sale. In this 1977 photo IODE members from left to right

REMEMBER WHEN: Celebrating Ponoka’s IODE Chapter

Ponoka News' Remember When looks at the history of the IODE Chapter.

Remember When: One of the countless annual fundraising projects of the Ponoka Fort Ostell Chapter of the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire was their delightful Arts and Crafts Show and Sale. In this 1977 photo IODE members from left to right, Mrs. Michie, Miss McPhie, Mrs. Banks, Mrs. McCue, and Mrs. Wright display some of the magnificent items of ceramics, pottery, weaving, art, crocheting, Macramé, quilts, and much more that were enjoyed by the large crowds and sold for so many vital community causes.

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